Vendor Spotlight: K&S Seafood

K&S Seafood was founded by Scott and Kim Treaster in 2008. The business started out as a small roadside stand, and they quickly found that Central Texans were hungry for more! They’ve been selling their Gulf Coast seafood at TFM since the market‘s start, bringing fresh fish, crab, shrimp, and more – right from the source to market shoppers’ […]

Vendor Spotlight: CTRUS

CTRUS is a family-owned small business that specializes in organic smashed drinks. They started selling their beverages at Texas Farmers‘ Market in 2017, and since then, they have become a market favorite among shoppers! At their booth you will always find their fresh Lemon, Lime, Lemon-Lime, Lemon-Orange and Lime-Orange drinks. They also have a weekly seasonal flavor like Strawberry, Blueberry, or […]

Vendor Spotlight: Fruitful Hill Farm

Fruitful Hill Farm is a family farm that grows a wide assortment of vegetables and fruits and raises chickens for eggs. The Ringgers moved to the farm in 2001 to raise their kids around animals and a garden. They currently work 10 acres of produce and raise pastured chickens. Their vibrant produce is grown using cover crops and crop rotation to […]

Vendor Spotlight: Mum Foods

Mum Foods makes Texas-raised BBQ and handcrafted eats that celebrate the bounty of locally grown and foraged foods in the Lone Star State. Their commitment to quality ingredients starts with selecting the type of meat they serve. They buy only humanely raised, certified Akaushi beef with superior marbling and flavor that customers can taste. All of […]

Vendor Spotlight: New Leaf Agriculture

New Leaf Agriculture is a nonprofit social enterprise of the Multicultural Refugee Coalition. They support refugee families through a community garden plot in Austin, and in early 2018 they launched a commercial farm in Elgin. The New Leaf Farm employs organic and sustainable practices while training refugee farmers for paid agricultural work that is dignified, in-demand, and familiar from their countries of […]